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About International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe

The International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe (ICRSE) is a sex worker-led network representing 70 organisations led by or working with sex workers in Europe and Central Asia, as well as 150 individuals including sex workers, academics, trade unionists, human rights advocates, women’s rights activists, and LGBT rights activists.

Articles by International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe

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Adam Bychawski is an editorial assistant at openDemocracy.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

For decriminalisation and justice: sex workers demand legal reform and social change

Austerity has increased poverty, particularly for women, while the rise of the far right has exacerbated hostilities against migrants and LGBT people, catching sex workers in a web of intersectional vulnerability.

Amnesty International: adopt the proposed policy on sex work

CATW’s opposition to Amnesty International’s ‘draft policy on sex work’ is misguided. A coalition of sex workers’ organisations and advocates fills in the gaps in this open letter to AI.

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